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Jenna Freedman

Bio: 

My undergraduate degree is in theater and I have a Master's in Library and Information Science. My research and practice center on zines and activist librarianship. I write and present on those and other topics and co-founded a project called Radical Reference.

My calendar

My specialties here at Barnard are Classics and Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies, but I am prepared to help you with research on any topic!

 

Research guides:

Courses: 

Advanced internet research
Community librarianship and free/open source software (team taught)
Drupal for beginners
Effecting change--activism in your library, in your life
Fact checking
Feminist and women's studies research resources
Google Apps
History of "radical, militant" librarianship
Library research at Barnard/Columbia
Library research at public libraries
Researching a potential employer
Zine cataloging
Zines in the classroom
Zines--place in the library, in media

Presentations / Recent Lectures: 

See my list of talks on my personal website.

Publications: 

See my list of publications on my personal website.

Contact: 

Associate Director of Communications and Zine Librarian
Personal Librarian for the Microscopium Constellation, Classics and Women's Studies

208B Lehman Hall
3009 Broadway
New York, NY 10027

212.854.4615
jfreedma@barnard.edu
IM: BarnardLibJenna (AOL, Google, jabber.org, Yahoo)

Education: 

B.A. SUNY New Paltz
MLIS University of South Florida

Related Web Sites: 

In the News

March 7, 2015, 12-6 in Barnard Hall

BLAIS staff members Jenna Freedman, Michael Diggs, Vani Natarajan, Alexis Seeley, Martha Tenney and Nick Wolven published an Op-Ed in the Columbia Spectator.